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About Imperial County
Imperial County is the southernmost county in California. It had a 2012 population of 176,948, up from a population of 142,361 at the turn of the century. The density of residents is average because the county is quite large at 4,175 square miles.
Imperial County contains cities like Imperial of course, El Centro, Calipatria and Brawley. Things to do in the county include outdoor activities like visiting the Algodones Sand Dunes, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Fossil Canyon as well as Painted Gorge. Seeing wildlife, hiking and looking for fossils are common activities amongst these beautiful landscapes. The county also contains most of the Salton Sea, which used to be a popular tourist destination in the 50s and 60s until the salinity continuously increased and caused some areas to become abandoned; however, campgrounds and other small attractions still exist and attract regular visitors. For those interested in sand dune activities, the Imperial Sand Dunes are also a big attraction.
The Imperial County Sheriff's Office works with two detention facilities in the area: The Herbert Hughes Correctional Center and the Regional Adult Detention Facility. The former was built in the 60s while the latter was built in the 1970s and began housing inmates, both male and female, in 1981.